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Channel NewsAsia’s Story of Our City 3D declared the world’s Longest Anamorphic Pavement Art

The Guinness World Records recently certified Channel NewsAsia’s project, Story of Our City 3D, as the world’s Longest anamorphic pavement art, breaking the two year record held by the current installation in Lelystad in the Netherlands. Story of Our City 3D, painted onto a walkway at the Resorts World Sentosa, measures 183.50 metres. This is 43.209 metres longer than the current world record.

The project is part of the channel’s year-long programmes to celebrate Singapore’s 50th year of independence before the end of the Golden Jubilee year in 2015.

Two world-renowned master street artists, or Maestro Madonnari, Manfred Stader and Edg Mueller from Germany, and a team of 45 local artists, teachers and students from Social Creatives, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Orchid Park Secondary School and Siglap Secondar School took 11 days, starting from 30 November, to complete the masterpiece. The 3D artwork immortalises Singapore’s achievements with an impression of the breath-taking city skyline.  It tells the story of the nation’s dramatic transformation into an urban and smart cit featuring many of the iconic landmarks in Singapore.

This Longest anamorphic pavement art in the world is now open to the public till 22 January next year. Admission is free.